What does it mean to take Archangel Michael’s concepts of leadership and apply them to financial wayshowing?
Let’s have the discussion now so we can be thinking about it before – and after – the big wave of abundance hits.
In my view, we have to start looking at such a subject from where we are. There’s no sense talking about absolutes and universals. While they’re true, we’re not there yet. We’re down here on the everyday level creating a new world.
There’s no sense even starting out by talking about heart consciousness right off the bat. That implies living at the experiential or realizational levels of life and most of us on the planet don’t live there. We live at the intellectual level. We can have that conversation among ourselves, but perhaps not with our local banker or pharmacist.
Living at the intellectual level means we get the idea and pass it along. We literally make believe. We live in a conversation, a discourse of ideas. And the most important thing for us, if we live at this level, is understanding. (1)
How we can best understand financial wayshowing is by first exploring it as a mindset.
We set our minds – attention and intention – in a certain direction. We choose for ourselves a leaning or persuasion, an orientation or attitude. We lean away from this and toward that.
In our case, we lean away from remaining idle, uncreative, unininiating. We lean towards the active, the creative, the initiating. That for me is the leadership attitude.
Our leaning is determined by what we’ve taken from all our experiences around the subject of finances. (2)
Let me talk about where some of my financial attitudes come from, as an illustration of a financial mindset.
Finances is a very volatile subject for me. On the one hand, my distaste for financial manipulation came from watching the way my wealthy grandfather operated. He used his money to play puppeteer with people. His intervention in my parents’ marriage led to their divorce.
My distaste for giving someone something and then feeling that it buys me the right to tell them what to do comes from my father. “Why don’t you be an engineer, Steve” my Dad would say after gifting me with some money to buy tires. I had no desire to be an engineer, but this was his time of maximum leverage. It left me with a bad taste in my mouth.
On the other hand, I was tremendously impacted by the generosity of my Mom and her friends. My Mom was always generous to everyone. And so were her friends towards her.
When two friends visited my Mom at a time when she was short of cash, my Mom found a $50 bill under her pillow. In 1965, that was a lot of money. That impressed me.
How many times have I told you of returning to Vancouver from Ottawa as a grad student and having no money while I waited for my university grant to kick in.
My brother Paul called me and, when he heard my plight, came over with his wife Fran with three bags of groceries (steaks, chicken) bought from the corner store (it was Sunday), which (as corner stores do) cost him an arm and a leg.
These were lessons in generosity that permanently shaped my orientation. I’m crying as I write this, which shows how powerful an effect my brother Paul and Frani’s action had on me.
These core memories, so to speak, have us lean away from some things and towards others. They shape our attitude, our mindset towards money. Our leanings will probably later be exaggerated by the freedom that having funds will bring. It’ll be easier to see our leanings – if we look.
Looking requires awareness plus willingness. We have to know how to look, how to be awaredly self-conscious. And we also have to have the will, the willingness to look, see, acknowledge, and call ourselves on our own numbers.
If we have these qualities, we can track our leanings, “be” with them, and thereby not be taken over by them. We can be at observation with them. We can have them, rather than them having us. These will be useful tools in coping with sudden wealth, if we understand and remember them.
These are what AAM might call individual matters. Now collective matters.
Collectively we’re participating in an unknown, undecided but very definite way (the Reval) to reconstruct our society financially.
The role of lightworkers is to receive abundance and then disburse it, along lines that make sense to them and with the guidance of the Company of Heaven.
Financial wayshowing is being willing to serve as a leader and steward of the Mother’s wealth, not to hide under a bushel basket but to carve out a new path in business and philanthropy from what the heart tells us. (There. I mentioned heart consciousness.)
The object of our disbursing activity, this hydration of society, is to create a world that works for everyone, with a level playing field, one that sees to the sick, the elderly, and the disabled, one that would never tolerate a famine or a drought.
We are the new company. We’re not earning, winning, or hoarding. We’re giving, assisting, and growing.
Yes, we’ll be scammed. I estimate that perhaps 15% of my funds will be scammed. AAM told me long ago that it remains the Mother’s money and the scammer would never scam a second time.
Besides, we’re still getting money out and into circulation, which is an important aim: Irrigating society.
All through it, we’ll be nurturing the young plant of generosity, which’ll grow and create the environment where scamming is not thought of, where you can leave your bike on the front lawn unlocked, where you can leave your house unlocked as well – remember?
Financial wayshowing is fenced in by the divine qualities such as generosity, humility, love, compassion.
As a mindset, it has a common direction: To take the world population of Gaia from a position of inequality and exploitation to one of equality and fairness.
It has a common activity: To receive abundance and then flow it out to the part of the world that doesn’t have it and needs it, that we’ve chosen to serve.
When NESARA arrives, abundance will be available to everyone. Lightworkers are given a chance ahead of time to show what they can and want to do and to go first with it.
That’s the Fifth-Dimensional Heaven on Earth, the New Earth, the new beginning that we lightworkers and financial wayshowers are creating.
And this is a view of it that I hope will be capable of being understood by everyone.
(1) When someone leaves us, we ask “Why? I don’t understand.” When someone dies in tragic circumstances, we ask the same question. And we immediately relax when furnished with a reasonable explanation. So we value understanding in our society. My belief is that we’ve been so hurt as a society that we’re guarded. Our sense of requiring fairness and justice in society precedes our willingness to relax and love.
(2) Whatever leaning we take, there’ll be exceptions to it. If we’re suspicious by orientation, we’ll miss the generous who come before us. If we’re generous by orientation, we’ll miss the scammers.